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Verimatrix Highlights Benefits of Cloud-Based Hybrid Networks to Drive Multi-Screen Business Models at Convergence India 2014

Multi-Network Solutions in the Real World Forum Explores How Cloud-Based Resources Enable Indian Operators to Increase ARPU and Subscriber Loyalty Through Hybrid Video Delivery

NEW DELHI, INDIA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 -- Convergence India -- Verimatrix, the specialist in securing and enhancing revenue for multi-network, multi-screen digital TV services around the globe, today announced its focus and profile at Convergence India 2014, 21-23 January 2014 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, with a special Multi-network Solutions in the Real World Forum on "How the Cloud is Driving Multi-screen Revenue" and participation in a session that looks closely at leveraging content delivery, security and storage in the cloud for next-generation media delivery.

The Verimatrix team will be exhibiting (stand #C-67) at this important event and illustrating how its flagship, award winning Video Content Authority System (VCAS™) solutions address the evolving challenges of complex pay-TV and hybrid video services. VCAS offers a scalable video security architecture, featuring harmonized rights management for multi-network service delivery. Highlighted solutions include:

  • Cardless DVB-Hybrid security featuring a single security approach to cable/satellite broadcast and hybrid broadcast-IP video services, future proofing managed networks with OTT extensibility.
  • IP-Hybrid security for telecom and progressive cable operators with a transition to an all-IP video solution in mind.
  • MultiRights DRM solutions to future-proof OTT strategies, with enhanced security HLS, Smooth Streaming and MPEG-DASH security using an "integrate once" single security authority architecture.

The Multi-network Solutions in the Real World Forum takes place on Jan. 22 at 11:45 hrs. and features a panel of experts debating and discussing how operators can best take advantage of the cloud to deploy next-generation hybrid TV services and generate new revenue streams. Co-sponsored by RGB Networks, the Forum will include panelists from DigiVive, a leading provider of managed VAS services and mobile TV operator, RGB Networks and Verimatrix and will be moderated by Vidya Nath, director, Digital Media, Frost & Sullivan. Topics covered will include:

  • Developing a hybrid business model strategy that mixes physical and virtual resources
  • Importance for intercommunication between different vendor cloud resources
  • Simplifying workflow and resource-to-resource communication overhead
  • Incorporating cloud-based revenue security across multiple screens

The Forum is co-located with Convergence India and will take place in the Krishna Room. It is free to attend, but seating is limited, so please reserve your place today at

Later that same day, at 16:15 hrs., Steve Christian, VP of marketing, will participate in a panel entitled "End-to-end security in the Cloud and Data storage - Myths and Realities." During the panel, Christian will join other industry experts to explore how savvy operators are deploying cloud-based technologies to create complete and engaging service offerings for their subscribers and enhance revenue security.

To arrange a meeting with Verimatrix during Convergence India, please visit stand #C-67 or arrange a meeting here:

About Verimatrix
Verimatrix specializes in securing and enhancing revenue for multi-network, multi-screen digital TV services around the globe. The award-winning and independently audited Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS™) and ViewRight® solutions enable cable, satellite, terrestrial, IPTV and OTT operators to cost-effectively extend their networks and enable new business models. As the established leader in cardless security solutions, the company has leveraged its innovative 3-Dimensional Security approach to provide harmonized rights for premium content delivery to a range of devices over new hybrid network combinations.

Maintaining close relationships with major studios, broadcasters, standards organizations and its unmatched partner ecosystem enables Verimatrix to provide a unique perspective on video business issues beyond content security as operators introduce new services to take advantage of the proliferation of connected devices. Verimatrix is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company. For more information, please visit, our Pay TV Views blog and follow us at @verimatrixinc, Facebook and LinkedIn to join the conversation.

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